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Science Talks at Warringah Mall Library

Celebrate Sydney Science Festival & National Science Week at the Library with talks by Prof. Annabelle McIver, Rokiah Alford and David Bishop.

When: Monday, August 12 2019. 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
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Where: Warringah Mall Library
Shop 650, 145 Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale, NSW, 2101
Topic: Environment and nature, Health and medical, Innovation and technology
Cost: Free
Bookings: 02 9976 1487
Other: Wheelchair access

Join us in celebrating Sydney Science Festival & National Science Week at the Library with talks by three experts in their field.

Professor Annabelle McIver – Socially responsible technology

Join Professor Annabelle McIver whose technology research at Macquarie University addresses such questions as: “what does it mean for your data to be secret?” and “what does it mean for an algorithm to be fair?”

Rokiah Alford – Tiny tools for a tiny tradie

Rokiah Alford is a PhD candidate at UNSW Sydney, who will talk about the saws, bricks, cement and delivery trucks of the nano-world, as well as her own addition to the toolbox.

David Bishop – Algae & Motor Neurone Disease

The rate of motor neurone disease in Griffith NSW is approximately seven times the national average, and has been linked to a molecule produced by blue-green algae. Join David Bishop from UTS, and learn how new methods of identifying this molecule has led to its detection in a number of waterways in NSW.

Bookings essential.

Contact details:

Bess Stegic
Northern Beaches Library Service
Phone: 02 9976 1487

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